Washington DC Academic Standards
DC.6. World Geography and Cultures
PLACES AND REGIONS
6.2. Students acquire a framework for thinking geographically, including the location and unique characteristics of places.
6.2.1. Name and locate the world’s continents, major bodies of water, major mountain ranges, major river systems, major countries, and major cities.
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS AND URBANIZATION
6.4. Students describe rural and urban land use, ways of making a living, cultural patterns, and economic and political systems.
6.4.5. Map the worldwide occurrence of the three major economic systems: traditional, command, and market. Describe the characteristics of each, and identify influences leading to potential change.